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Sloane Brazina
Position: Diving
Height: 5'5"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Concord, Mass.
High School: Concord-Carlisle

Zones
1-meter - 2012, 37th; 2013, 7th
3-Meter - 2012, 23rd; 2013, 30th

Pac-12s

1-Meter - 2012, 12th; 2013, 5th; 2014, 13th
3-Meter - 2012, 13th; 2013, 9th; 2014, 14th
Platform - 2012, 20th; 2013, 20th; 2014, 21st

National Competition
Dove for Infinite Diving from 2007 to 2011... won the one-meter at the AAU Nationals in 2011 for 18 year olds... picked up Spring Regional championships in the one and three meter in 2011... was the runner-up at AAU Natioanls in 2010 placing second in both evnets for 17 year olds... as a 16 year old at Nationals was second as well in 2009... won AAU Nationals as a 15 year old in the one meter and was second in the three-meter... also competed at the Junior Olympics.

2012-13 (Sophomore)
Finished seventh in the one-meter competition with a finals score of 549.95 at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships… also went for 30th off of the three-meter board at zones… was ninth in the three-meter, fifth in the one-meter and 20th in the platform competition at the Pac-12 Championships.

2011-12 (Freshman)
Cardinal's second diver behind All-American Stephanie Phipps, reaching Zones, where she was 23rd in the 3-Meter (258.45) and 37th in the 1-Meter (223.30)... at Pac-12s, finished in the top-15 twice, with a 12th place finish in the 1-Meter (244.00) and 13th place showing in the 3-Meter (248.40). Also 20th in the platform (127.30).... scored points in the 3-Meter with third place finishes with Cal and Arizona... also third in the 1- and 3-Meter versus Arizona State... at Stanford Invite was fourth in the 1-Meter.

High School, Club and Personal Data
Lettered four years in diving at Concord-Carlisle Regional High, sporting an undefeated record from 2008 to 2011 across the Dual County League and Division-I state championships... three-time prep All-American and three-time statet champion her final three seasons... was the state runner-up as a freshman... named to the Boston Globe's all-scholastic team all four years... set a school-record with 552.10 points in an 11-dive championship in 2011, also setting the Massachusetts statte record... is the second-ever Massachusetts diver to come to Stanford, following Luke Henesy, who won three state titles and also dove for Coach Rick Schavone... daughter of Scott and Roxanne Brazina... father, Scott, was a professional motorcross racer in the U.S.

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